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School/Community Liaison - Bilingual - Community Development

11/8/2013
Nicole Scagni
nscagni@psusd.us
760-416-6096
Not Specified
6 Hours, School Year
Part Time
11/15/2013 3:30 PM Pacific
$13.26 per hour, with annual increases to $16.12 per hour after five years
11/8/2013
11/15/2013 3:30 PM Pacific
Part Time
6 Hours, School Year
$13.26 per hour, with annual increases to $16.12 per hour after five years
Not Specified
Name: Nicole Scagni Email: nscagni@psusd.us Phone: 760-416-6096
Nellie N. Coffman Middle School and the establishment of an eligibility pool for future vacancies throughout the District.
2-191-001
November 20, 2013 - Qualified applicants will be invited via e-mail invitation to take the School/Community Liaison General Knowledge exam and the Written Bilingual Translation exam.
Nellie N. Coffman Middle School and the establishment of an eligibility pool for future vacancies throughout the District.
2-191-001
November 20, 2013 - Qualified applicants will be invited via e-mail invitation to take the School/Community Liaison General Knowledge exam and the Written Bilingual Translation exam.
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JOB DESCRIPTION Palm Springs Unified School District A.R. # 4232.401 SCHOOL/COMMUNITY LIAISON PURPOSE STATEMENT The School/Community Liaison assists teachers and nursing staff by making home visits; communicates with parents concerning attendance irregularities; acts as a liaison between school and community; provides information on services available to eligible students and families; conveys information regarding school and/or district activities and procedures; and refers families to other agencies. FUNCTIONS • Assists students, staff, teachers, parents and community members. • Confers with teachers, parents and/or appropriate community agency personnel and assists in the evaluation of students' progress and/or making appropriate referrals. • Visits families in their homes and assesses situations, improves communication, provides information regarding school policies and programs and/or providing referrals. • Participates in various meetings as may be required (e.g. IEPs, parent/teacher meetings, etc.). • Performs record keeping and clerical functions (e.g. scheduling, copying, faxing, etc.). • Communicates with parents on behalf of school and ensures that an ongoing partnership between the home and school is formed, and language and cultural barriers are removed. • Conducts parent meetings and gains information and discusses needs and problems involving students and their families. • Coordinates with community leaders and organizations and builds resources and expanding program capabilities. • Refers students and their families to outside agencies (e.g. state agencies, medical professionals, counselors, foundations, charities, etc.). • Responds to inquiries from callers and visitors and provides information, emotional support, referrals and or direction. • Prepares written materials (e.g. notes, memos, letters, newsletters, handouts, contact records, etc.). • Maintains manual and electronic documents, files and records. • Presents parenting classes as assigned • Identifies at risk students and provides support and referrals to improve student progress and ensure the families ongoing involvement in the educational process. • Schedules meetings/appointments. • Organizes various activities (e.g. meetings, appointments with other agencies, parenting classes, etc.). • Compiles student/family information for a variety of uses (e.g. state reporting, outside agency use, etc.). • Performs related duties as assigned. JOB REQUIREMENTS: MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Any combination of experience and training which would indicate possession of the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed above. An example of an acceptable combination is: One year of responsible experience in community relations, social service, inter-group activities, or similar program work. Examples of relevant experience are as an Instructional Aide, school or civic community aide service. SKILLS to identify, contact and attain the support of community organizations, agencies and other possible resources; work with students and their families to investigate and provide possible solutions to issues; organize and conduct community meetings; gather and compile data; operate standard office equipment including using pertinent software applications; prepare and maintain accurate records; and adhere to safety practices. KNOWLEDGE of community resources and principles of the district/community liaison partnership; district and school policies and procedures; pertinent codes, policies, regulations and/or laws; community resources and principles of a community services program; school educational programs. ABILITY to promote, reassure and encourage parent/guardian paricipation and attendance in school and community activities; motivate and stress the importance of education, self-esteem, positive behavior and regular school attendance to students; adapt to changing work priorities; communicate with diverse groups including those with varying levels of education; maintain confidentiality; set priorities; meet deadlines and schedules; work with little direction; work as part of a team; understand and be sensitive to the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of vendors, district personnel and administrators; maintain consistent, punctual and regular attendance. WORKING ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL DEMANDS The usual and customary methods of performing the job's functions require the following physical demands: some lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling; and significant fine finger dexterity. Generally the job requires 40% sitting, 30% walking, and 30% standing. The job is performed under minimal temperature variations and some hazardous conditions. Education High School diploma or equivalent. Required Testing Certificates Job-Related Proficiency Examination Valid Driver’s License and Evidence of Insurability Continuing Education/Training Clearances None Specified Criminal Justice Fingerprint/Background Clearance TB Clearance EVALUATION Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement between California Teamsters Public, Professional & Medical Employees Union, Local 911 General Employees Unit and Palm Springs Unified School District. FLSA Status Bargaining Unit Salary Range BOE Approval Date Non Exempt Teams 2 19 11/27/07

Requirements for Applying

Applications WILL NOT be considered without the following documentation attached: (1) Proof of high school graduation (High School diploma, High School transcripts, or GED) *Please note that College diploma/transcripts are not acceptable documents. Please contact Human Resources at (760) 416-6085 for assistance with this process.

A valid California Motor Vehicle Operator's License and possession of a car.

Requirements for Applying

Applications WILL NOT be considered without the following documentation attached: (1) Proof of high school graduation (High School diploma, High School transcripts, or GED) *Please note that College diploma/transcripts are not acceptable documents. Please contact Human Resources at (760) 416-6085 for assistance with this process.

A valid California Motor Vehicle Operator's License and possession of a car.

Job Description / Essential Elements:

JOB DESCRIPTION Palm Springs Unified School District A.R. # 4232.401 SCHOOL/COMMUNITY LIAISON PURPOSE STATEMENT The School/Community Liaison assists teachers and nursing staff by making home visits; communicates with parents concerning attendance irregularities; acts as a liaison between school and community; provides information on services available to eligible students and families; conveys information regarding school and/or district activities and procedures; and refers families to other agencies. FUNCTIONS • Assists students, staff, teachers, parents and community members. • Confers with teachers, parents and/or appropriate community agency personnel and assists in the evaluation of students' progress and/or making appropriate referrals. • Visits families in their homes and assesses situations, improves communication, provides information regarding school policies and programs and/or providing referrals. • Participates in various meetings as may be required (e.g. IEPs, parent/teacher meetings, etc.). • Performs record keeping and clerical functions (e.g. scheduling, copying, faxing, etc.). • Communicates with parents on behalf of school and ensures that an ongoing partnership between the home and school is formed, and language and cultural barriers are removed. • Conducts parent meetings and gains information and discusses needs and problems involving students and their families. • Coordinates with community leaders and organizations and builds resources and expanding program capabilities. • Refers students and their families to outside agencies (e.g. state agencies, medical professionals, counselors, foundations, charities, etc.). • Responds to inquiries from callers and visitors and provides information, emotional support, referrals and or direction. • Prepares written materials (e.g. notes, memos, letters, newsletters, handouts, contact records, etc.). • Maintains manual and electronic documents, files and records. • Presents parenting classes as assigned • Identifies at risk students and provides support and referrals to improve student progress and ensure the families ongoing involvement in the educational process. • Schedules meetings/appointments. • Organizes various activities (e.g. meetings, appointments with other agencies, parenting classes, etc.). • Compiles student/family information for a variety of uses (e.g. state reporting, outside agency use, etc.). • Performs related duties as assigned. JOB REQUIREMENTS: MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Any combination of experience and training which would indicate possession of the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed above. An example of an acceptable combination is: One year of responsible experience in community relations, social service, inter-group activities, or similar program work. Examples of relevant experience are as an Instructional Aide, school or civic community aide service. SKILLS to identify, contact and attain the support of community organizations, agencies and other possible resources; work with students and their families to investigate and provide possible solutions to issues; organize and conduct community meetings; gather and compile data; operate standard office equipment including using pertinent software applications; prepare and maintain accurate records; and adhere to safety practices. KNOWLEDGE of community resources and principles of the district/community liaison partnership; district and school policies and procedures; pertinent codes, policies, regulations and/or laws; community resources and principles of a community services program; school educational programs. ABILITY to promote, reassure and encourage parent/guardian paricipation and attendance in school and community activities; motivate and stress the importance of education, self-esteem, positive behavior and regular school attendance to students; adapt to changing work priorities; communicate with diverse groups including those with varying levels of education; maintain confidentiality; set priorities; meet deadlines and schedules; work with little direction; work as part of a team; understand and be sensitive to the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of vendors, district personnel and administrators; maintain consistent, punctual and regular attendance. WORKING ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL DEMANDS The usual and customary methods of performing the job's functions require the following physical demands: some lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling; and significant fine finger dexterity. Generally the job requires 40% sitting, 30% walking, and 30% standing. The job is performed under minimal temperature variations and some hazardous conditions. Education High School diploma or equivalent. Required Testing Certificates Job-Related Proficiency Examination Valid Driver’s License and Evidence of Insurability Continuing Education/Training Clearances None Specified Criminal Justice Fingerprint/Background Clearance TB Clearance EVALUATION Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement between California Teamsters Public, Professional & Medical Employees Union, Local 911 General Employees Unit and Palm Springs Unified School District. FLSA Status Bargaining Unit Salary Range BOE Approval Date Non Exempt Teams 2 19 11/27/07
Applicants must be able to read, write and speak Spanish. SUMMARY: The School/Community Liaison assists teachers and nursing staff by making home visits; communicates with parents concerning attendance irregularities; acts as a liaison between school and community; provides information on services available to eligible students and families; conveys information regarding school and/or district activities and procedures; and refers families to other agencies. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: One year of responsible experience in community relations, social service, inter-group activities, or similar program work. Examples of relevant experience are as an Instructional Aide, school or civic community aide service. ***CLICK ON JOB DESCRIPTION LINK ABOVE FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION REGARDING QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS*** Upon offer of employment you will be required to pay for fingerprint processing and a TB clearance. Medical, Dental and Vision benefits are provided at no cost if employed at least 7 hours a day, and on a pro-rated basis from 4 to fewer than 7 hours per day. Associate membership in Teamsters Bargaining Association or payment of an equal service fee is a condition of employment. There are fifteen paid holidays per year for 12 month employees. Vacation for full-time employees is earned at the rate of 13 days per year. Less than 12-month employees, vacation is prorated to the work year. One day of sick leave is earned for each month worked, and can be accumulated indefinitely.

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Application Deadline: 11/15/2013 3:30 PM Pacific

Applicants must be able to read, write and speak Spanish. SUMMARY: The School/Community Liaison assists teachers and nursing staff by making home visits; communicates with parents concerning attendance irregularities; acts as a liaison between school and community; provides information on services available to eligible students and families; conveys information regarding school and/or district activities and procedures; and refers families to other agencies. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: One year of responsible experience in community relations, social service, inter-group activities, or similar program work. Examples of relevant experience are as an Instructional Aide, school or civic community aide service. ***CLICK ON JOB DESCRIPTION LINK ABOVE FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION REGARDING QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS*** Upon offer of employment you will be required to pay for fingerprint processing and a TB clearance. Medical, Dental and Vision benefits are provided at no cost if employed at least 7 hours a day, and on a pro-rated basis from 4 to fewer than 7 hours per day. Associate membership in Teamsters Bargaining Association or payment of an equal service fee is a condition of employment. There are fifteen paid holidays per year for 12 month employees. Vacation for full-time employees is earned at the rate of 13 days per year. Less than 12-month employees, vacation is prorated to the work year. One day of sick leave is earned for each month worked, and can be accumulated indefinitely.

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